Kernel Linux: Cool stuff

Plutôt à titre personnel que pour vous, voilà ma petite liste des trucs ajoutés “récemment” Kernel Linux. Je remonte assez loin (2.6.27) pour partir de Debian Lenny :)

Entre la “todo-list” et la “oh putain ça va déchirer sa race-list” …

2.6.27: ext4 delayed allocation, multiqueue networking

2.6.28: ext4

2.6.29: BTRFS (1), filesystem freeze (1), memory controller swap management

2.6.30: NILFS (1), POHMELFS and DST, fastboot, FS-Cache,

2.6.31: USB3, performance counters,

2.6.32: Per-backing-device based writeback, memory deduplication 1 2 3, CFQ low latency mode, soft limits in memory controller, some virtualization improvements,

2.6.33: drbd 1 2, block io controller, compcache (memory compressed swapping) 1 2,

2.6.34: Ceph filesystem 1 2 3 4, LogFS 1 2, Vhost net for KVM,

2.6.35: Transparent spreading of incoming network traffic load across CPUs 1 2,

2.6.36: CIFS support for FS-Cache

2.6.37: ext4 SMP scalability, Ceph-based network block device, I/O throttling support,

2.6.38: automatic process grouping, BTFS LZO compression + readonly snapshots, transparent hugepages, Transparent spreading of outcoming network traffic across CPUs on multiqueue devices,

2.6.39: ext4 SMP scalability again, IPset,

Vu la taille de la liste, lire & comprendre tous les articles c’est déjà pas mal, mais alors tester tout ça … pfiou!

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